Good luck with that, Rabbi—you’re declaring war on gossip, our favorite pastime; fouling the taste of something we love. “There is nothing so delicious as the taste of gossip” (Prov. 26:22 CEV). Sure beats broccoli.
Mark Zuckerberg, head honcho at Facebook, is seldom seen in anything other than jeans and a gray T-shirt. He says that eliminating clothing decisions simplifies his schedule and keeps him centered on priorities. You may question his sartorial taste, but you have to admire his discipline. Most successful people keep a tight focus on priorities—they
Pathway messages show up in places we’ve never sent them and in the hands of people we’ve never known. We have heard from people who found one of our messages in the magazine pocket on an airplane, in a restaurant booth, in a surgical waiting room, on a downtown Chicago sidewalk, in the belongings of